The median earnings of Hood River County, OR was $26,323 in 2016.

Earnings and Gender

Earnings and Education

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Jobs and Earnings Datasets Involving Hood River County, OR

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    2018 Salary Survey Data | Last Updated 2018-02-27T18:36:48.000Z

    This data comes from the 2018 salary survey data. Please notethe following: 1. Where able, the data has been altered to reflect the annual pay of the average employee in this city and in this position based on the city's salary range. 2. Not all salaries and wages of less than 1 FTE could be confirmed. As a result, some salaries for positions with less than 1 FTE are either the annual equivelant or the actual pay of the employee throughout a year (ex. if an employee would make $50,000 as a full time employee but only works half-time, some cities marked this as $50,000 or $25,000. 3. Educational attainment often was provided with a minimum education and experience as well as a preferred level. The minimum of both categories are provided.

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    Oregon Forest Revenues to State and Local Governments | Last Updated 2015-10-27T22:06:38.000Z

    Data is collected annually and adjusted for inflation using the GDP Deflator.

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    Transient Lodging Tax Revenues | Last Updated 2018-01-10T16:43:35.000Z

    Transient Lodging Tax Revenues (in thousands of dollars) provided by Dean Runyan Associates

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    State Shared Revenue (FY2015-16) | Last Updated 2016-08-08T23:19:12.000Z

    Using state projections, the League has produced per capita estimates of State Shared Revenues for cities to use in preparing their budgets.

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    City financial data | Last Updated 2016-08-08T22:38:58.000Z

    Dataset contains selected budget information from 2006 to 2014 for 50 cities. The data includes: property tax revenue, public safety expenditure, governmental fund revenue and expenditure and general fund revenue and expenditure.

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    Oregon New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program: 2014 (update 1.26.15) | Last Updated 2018-03-16T00:01:59.000Z

    (1.26.15 update) The Oregon Low Income Community Jobs Initiative (Oregon New Markets Tax Credit, or NMTC) program helps finance investments and create jobs in low-income communities; delivers below-market-rate investment options to Oregon businesses; attracts additional Federal New Market Tax Credit investments in Oregon; and sparks revitalization in Oregon’s low-income communities. The program is available to Community Development Entities (CDEs) serving Oregon that have been allocated Federal New Market Tax Credits. The Oregon new market tax credits are then provided to investors who make qualified equity investments in community development entities that in turn invest in projects located in low-income communities. Investments can only be made in qualified, existing low-income community businesses located in Oregon as defined by section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code. If you have additional questions, please contact Laura Engstrom at

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    Utility & Franchise Fees 2014-2015 | Last Updated 2016-08-08T22:59:28.000Z

    Franchise agreements are a legal arrangement between a city and another entity for use of the city’s public right-of-way. For using the right-of-way (abbreviated ROW) a company, organization, or other government body must pay a franchise fee or privilege tax. These agreements ensure that cities are compensated for special use of public services. This also prevents city residents from subsidizing extraordinary use of public space. These agreements often take the form of contracts or city ordinances which outline the rate charged, term and conditions, and any extra services provided by either party. The League asks cities their rates and rate calculations for telecommunication and cable franchises in the recent past. Questions are also posed for other franchises, such as electricity, water, garbage, and franchises to other governments. This information is crucial to understanding revenue sources in Oregon cities and to forecasting revenue trends into the future.

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    Oregon Investment Advantage (OIA): FY2015-FY2017 | Last Updated 2018-02-08T17:00:04.000Z

    Annual certifications of facility to receive Oregon Investment Advantage tax benefit under ORS 316.778 or 317.391, for which much of this information is not otherwise maintained in any database. For more information visit

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    Oregon Recovery and Reinvestment Act Data - December, 2012 | Last Updated 2017-11-05T23:24:25.000Z

    This data reflects the last update that will be provided on Data.Oregon.Gov.

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    Oregon Investment Advantage - Fiscal Year 2013 | Last Updated 2014-09-15T21:37:55.000Z

    Fiscal Year 2013 (annual) Certifications of Facility to Receive Oregon Investment Advantage Tax Benefit under ORS 316.778 or 317.391; Reporting Agency: Oregon Business Development Department. For further specificity about process & criteria related to specific outcomes of the programs and taxpayer requirements see: